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Article: One World Government
 

Lack of accountability is usually a common theme when it comes to camera surveillance, so San Diego’s public disclosure of its city surveillance program is atypical. 
 
In 2011, the city launched a program entitled “Operation Secure San Diego" that sought the participation of private retail merchants in a police CCTV scheme. The city’s police department believes that the use of private store camera systems could help support public safety efforts. Under the initiative, the San Diego Police Department obtained access to external camera systems in order to deter criminal activity. The program allowed the police department to use CCTV from private stores to view, record and document activity for evidentiary purposes, along with providing real-time tactical information to enhance law enforcement in the field. The ultimate goal of accessing the video was to identify questionable individuals or conduct. But local news reports have claimed that its deployment has been unsuccessful. 
 
As reported last month in BiometricUpdate.com, Boston surreptitiously spied and used facial recognition on concertgoers last year. According to Dig Boston, a local alternative news daily, a new and sophisticated event monitoring platform supplied by IBM was tested at the Boston Calling Music Festival in 2013. The system gave authorities “a live and detailed birdseye view of concertgoers, pedestrians and vehicles in the vicinity” of the event. 

 

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